By Megan Slack
KASSL House is admired for its unrivaled durability – but now style enthusiasts can enjoy the label’s versatility in ways far beyond their closet.
From this month, KASSL Editions and Zara Home have further blurred the line between the fashion and interiors industries by offering individuals a rare opportunity to fill their homes with durable furniture – whose aesthetic is as important as their functionality.
This collaboration between Zara and the Antwerp-based powerhouse is the label’s first venture into the world of home furnishing – but their designs have already set the basis for our modern home decor ideas for the rest of the season (and beyond).
Following its introduction at Milan’s Salone del Mobile, the minimalist collection explores the concept of ‘modular dressing for the home’ by offering a selection of distinctly ambitious furnishings that showcase the label’s clean, unpolished aesthetic.
Initial stand-outs include the cool side tables in lacquered wood (below) and the pillowed sofa that is as much of a fashion statement as it is a home decor piece. So, of course, this is the living room idea of the year.
The collection also comprises modular chests of drawers (above), rugs, mirrors, and ceramic lamps that are an ever-so stylish solution for when the nights feel inevitable longer. With this collection, we’ll be waiting for the clock’s to go back.
In keeping with KASSL Editions’ origins in outerwear (yes, they’re the one’s known for their fishermen-inspired coats), the collection is, in the words of KASSL, ‘centered around the possibilities inherent in superlative modern textiles and shapes’ and are designed to showcase the brand’s high-quality design ethos.
KASSL also disclosed that the partnership is an ‘exciting opportunity and a new chapter in the KASSL Editions mission to democratize exceptional design, inspired by contemporary culture’ – all at an affordable price.
Plus, the closet ideas don’t stop there, as, alongside these furnishings, KASSL and ZARA simultaneously released a ‘Ready-To-Wear’ collection that equally explores the possibilities inherent in superlative modern textiles, shapes, and sizes – in the most beautiful way possible.
The collection is now available online and in-store globally.
Megan is a News Writer across Future Plc's Homes titles. She has a background in national newspapers in the UK and has experience in fashion and travel journalism, which she previously practised whilst living in Paris and New York City. Her adoration for these fashion capitals means she particularly loves writing about contemporary styles and trends for Livingetc.
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